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: February 08, 2007, 01:09:56 PM

A perfect fit for the Bucs?  The missing link?  Not taking into account Free Agency or the Draft (Calvin Johnson?) I see a QB like Trent Green taking the Bucs Offense to a higher level. He would make all skilled players on offense much better , could you imagine what he could do with or for Alex Smith? I know most would disagree but I see a Trent Green turning this franchise around. Does anyone agree?   I for one would like to see Green here over the other possible canidates. Thoughs? Thanks.

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#1 : February 08, 2007, 01:13:50 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense.  And Trent is not mobile.

I'd pass.

Trent had a nice offense to work around in KC...he wouldn't have that luxury in Tampa.

You guys have to understand that unless a QB has a a few legit threats, ie a nice TE, a RB that can pop for a 100 regularly, a set of wideouts that can make plays, an O-line that doesn't crumble so quickly, less max protect schemes, it does no QB ANY good to be in this offense.  The team has to upgrade the trenches, the skill positions first, IMO.

Green would have a RB who got through with a bad year, one legit wideout, and no TE to throw to on the regular, that is all I am saying.  Throw in the lack of a decent O-line, and it just makes it worse...


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#2 : February 08, 2007, 01:14:17 PM

I think he will be affordable compared to Garcia's crazy price range.

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#3 : February 08, 2007, 01:17:56 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense.  And Trent is not mobile.

I'd pass.

Trent had a nice offense to work around in KC...he wouldn't have that luxury in Tampa.

You guys have to understand that unless a QB has a a few legit threats, ie a nice TE, a RB that can pop for a 100 regularly, a set of wideouts that can make plays, an O-line that doesn't crumble so quickly, less max protect schemes, it does no QB ANY good to be in this offense.  The team has to upgrade the trenches, the skill positions first, IMO.

Green would have a RB who got through with a bad year, one legit wideout, and no TE to throw to on the regular, that is all I am saying. Throw in the lack of a decent O-line, and it just makes it worse...

I agree but that one legit WR is one more than KC has.


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#4 : February 08, 2007, 01:19:49 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense. And Trent is not mobile.

I'd pass.

Trent had a nice offense to work around in KC...he wouldn't have that luxury in Tampa.

You guys have to understand that unless a QB has a a few legit threats, ie a nice TE, a RB that can pop for a 100 regularly, a set of wideouts that can make plays, an O-line that doesn't crumble so quickly, less max protect schemes, it does no QB ANY good to be in this offense. The team has to upgrade the trenches, the skill positions first, IMO.

Green would have a RB who got through with a bad year, one legit wideout, and no TE to throw to on the regular, that is all I am saying. Throw in the lack of a decent O-line, and it just makes it worse...

I agree but that one legit WR is one more than KC has.
Maybe, but he has a TE that is good, and a RB that is MVP material.  And an O-line that can push a battle ship out of port.  Given time, any wideout is going to make a few plays...I mean Green wasn't having 250-300 yard games on just Gonzo now...




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#5 : February 08, 2007, 01:21:27 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense. 
Didn't stop Brad Johnson from winning a SB.

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#6 : February 08, 2007, 01:22:04 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense.
Didn't stop Brad Johnson from winning a SB.
Nope.  BUt now you are giving way to much credit to Brad, and not enough to that defense that could stop a train on the tracks.


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#7 : February 08, 2007, 01:22:21 PM

Just no, he is way to old and immoblie. Why don't we upgrade our o-line and see what are current crop of QB's and maybe add in another QB and see what they can do with a decent o-line. I unlike many people on this board think that Simms could be decent if he had a o-line that was worth anything.



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#8 : February 08, 2007, 01:23:16 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense.
Didn't stop Brad Johnson from winning a SB.
Nope. BUt now you are giving way to much credit to Brad, and not enough to that defense that could stop a train on the tracks.
Brad was more than good enough that year. The D was awesome but Brad put points up on the board in the playoffs.

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#9 : February 08, 2007, 01:24:47 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense.
Didn't stop Brad Johnson from winning a SB.
Nope. BUt now you are giving way to much credit to Brad, and not enough to that defense that could stop a train on the tracks.
Brad was more than good enough that year. The D was awesome but Brad put points up on the board in the playoffs.
Working with a short field can do that to you.


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#10 : February 08, 2007, 01:25:21 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense. 
Didn't stop Brad Johnson from winning a SB.

Brad just like Griese made up for their lack of mobility by being very smart QB's when they passed. Brad and SOB were very accurate QB's so therefore Gruden played to their strength's and hid their weakness which was mobility.



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#11 : February 08, 2007, 01:26:33 PM

Mobility is always linked to Gru Coast Offense.
Didn't stop Brad Johnson from winning a SB.
Nope. BUt now you are giving way to much credit to Brad, and not enough to that defense that could stop a train on the tracks.
Brad was more than good enough that year. The D was awesome but Brad put points up on the board in the playoffs.
Working with a short field can do that to you.
That's the WCO for you.

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#12 : February 08, 2007, 01:28:48 PM

(sigh)

Look, how does this relate at all to Trent Green man?  I just explained why he would fail miserably in this version of the offense with OUR defense in place.  How would BRad JOhnson back then do in this version of the Bucs offense?  Yeah, I thought so.




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#13 : February 08, 2007, 01:30:37 PM

(sigh)

Look, how does this relate at all to Trent Green man? I just explained why he would fail miserably in this version of the offense with OUR defense in place. How would BRad JOhnson back then do in this version of the Bucs offense? Yeah, I thought so.
Green is a good QB. He usually makes good decisions, and I think he'd fit ok in this O. I don't think he'd fail.

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#14 : February 08, 2007, 01:32:11 PM

(sigh)

Look, how does this relate at all to Trent Green man?  I just explained why he would fail miserably in this version of the offense with OUR defense in place.  How would BRad JOhnson back then do in this version of the Bucs offense?  Yeah, I thought so.

That's an easy question Boid. Brad would play like he did in the beginning of '04, and for all of those who can't remember he flat out stunk.
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